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obama's vacation in martha's vineyard this week. >> after arriving here in martha's vineyard, there was a bit more visibility of something else. the president's golf game. >> but as the first day of the agenda, do you go to the black dog, do you go to oak bluffs, what do you do? >> i expect throughout the week we'll see him take a few trips to get ice cream. >> yep, it's the annual rite of summer as the press descends on the president's vacation and tries to make news. we'll look at just how creative they can get. i'm joanne lipman, and this is "reliable sources." >>> egypt dominated the headlines this week as the military cracked down on supporters of former president mohamed morsi, who was ousted last month. more than 600 people have been killed, more than 4,000 injured over the past four days. the violence in cairo has taken a grim toll on members of the media covering the protests. sky news cameraman nick dean, who died after being shot on wednesday, was the 1,000th journalist killed in the line of duty since 1992 when the committee to protect journalists began keeping tr
will be right back. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, in martha's vineyard this candidate during her latest appearance in san franisco. although she has not c >> hillary clinton came across like a presidential candidate in her visit to san francisco but she has not committed to another run in 2016. >> we have seen a sweeping effort across the country to obstruct new obstacles to voting. often undercover of addressing a phantom epidemic of election fraud. >> she blasted the supreme court decision to vote down the voting rights act. polls show that most californians generally like her. 43% have a favorable opinion of her. and 16% are neutral. her speech in san francisco marks the first of several speeches about democracy in modern times. >> where this is going, we turn to the lieutenant governor and reporter carla. and our first question about hillary's trip to san francisco was, okay, let's gate real. is this the kickoff of a presidential campaign? >> i know the speech was. most would agree the speech was timely and it foretold of subsequent speeches on similar topics she expressed to the audience. >> she la
obama speaking at martha's vineyard where he is on vacation. >> this morning we notify the egyptian government we are cancelling our baena annual joint military exercise scheduled for next month. i have asked my national security team to assess the implications of the actions taken by the interim government and further steps that we may take as the siri with respect to the u.s.-egyptian relationship. of the u.s.yers give egypt about $2 billion a year in military and economic aid. thators mccain and levin we should cut off military aid. under the foreign assistance act, if they had called this a military coup, we would have had to cut off aid. is it time to call this a coup? >> it is time to change the law. in foreign affairs, there have to be situations in which the executive has discretion. when there was a coup in mali a year ago, we follow the law and cut off aid. a year later, we had to rush in and help the french to resist the jihad against the capital. what the president is trying to do is a thread a needle, to not cut off aid yet, as a way to exert leverage. all, all of the a
if they went ahead with the network. >> the president played a round of golf with friends on martha's vineyard on saturday. he spent a few hours with the first lady and his daughters on a private beach. he has kept a low profile during his getaway but he did a breakaway a bit to speak publically on the escalating violence in egypt. >> the ongoing crisis in egypt is showing no signs of slowing down. the egyptian government is going to disband the muslim brotherhood after 80 people were killed in the protests. there are more mass rallies for today today's -- today. here's more. >> death and chaos in the streets of egypt as the army's brutal crackdown of the muslim brotherhood protesters have killed some 900 people over the last several days. president obama ordered his national security team to assess the operations taken by egypt's military which could affect aid. >> experts say it doesn't buy as much influence as it used to. >> we started to put pressure on the egyptian interim government and what happened? saudi arabia said they were going to fund this. this is a message to washington. be ca
on martha's vineyard with another round of golf. the white house sending deputy press secretary josh ernest to the cameras to condemn those attacks before secretary of statjohn kerry made the following remark. this sounds a lot like an endorsement of the muslim brotherhood and their leader of choice, mohamed morsi. >> these events are deplorable, and they run counter to egyptian aspirations for peace, inclusion, and genuine democracy. the egyptians iide and outside the government need to take a step back. >> kerry's surprise appearance at the state department briefing marked by his hubs that egypt parties can work out a diplomatic solution. this as the obama state department refuses to claim that egypt is now embroiled in a civil war or that the military takeover could be described as a coup. we're looking at an administration that still has not defined what has happened in a foreign nation over a month ago sincehis president was removed from office or how they plan for that matter to preserve american interests in that region and nation. fox news chief whington correspondent james rosen ha
tonight at 6:30 p.m. eastern time right here on c-span. president obama's occasion in martha possible inured is ending today. -- in martha's vineyard is ending tonight. be talking about his proposals for helping the middle class. representative jim hems erlang, he is the chairman of the -- jeb hensarling. he was a keynote speaker at the policy center. he this is about 40 minutes. [applause] >> thank you mr. secretary for the kind introduction. i don't know if you can see me, this is a rather large podium. it reminds me of what i frequently tell my washington colleagues -- everything is bigger in texas but me. if you can't see me, you can at least hear me. i was delighted to accept the invitation to speak before the bipartisan policy center for a couple of reasons. number one is because of the outstanding work you have done in the housing arena and number two, i live about re-miles from here so it took me about seven minutes to get here. as a fairly new chairman of a standing committee of congress, i have a number of speaking invitations that come my way. a lot of press is interested i
residents out of their homes. martha sheet has the details. smoke so thick it creates a dark curtain across the sky. a wildfire is burning its way through parts of idaho's national forests, sending walls of flames closer to homes in the sun valley area. officials say it was ignited by lightning on august 7. >> it is a very aggressive fire. part of that is just the conditions. >> this place is being dubbed the beaver creek fire. a mandatory evacuation order is now in effect for residents in southern idaho. hundreds of personnel are working to contain the fire. a state with the vast natural areas. idaho governor bush honored toward the area on foot -- toured the area on foot on friday. >> the number one mission of the state, this agency, of everybody is the safety and health of those people out fighting those fires on the front lines. they are doing a tremendous job. >> officials say that only a small part of the fire has been contained. martha shade, wgn news. >> the one-time leader of an anti-violence group says he wants to be your next governor. hardiman showed -- throws his hat in the rin
at all. >> i'm joined by martha raddatz. this crisis has been unfolding for months, and it's a case-study in u.s. impotence. when the brotherhood is in, the u.s. tries to press the brotherhood to open up. they don't. the president condemns the crackdown. that makes no difference either. >> we seem to have no leverage in egypt. we have seen no change. everything the u.s. asks for, nothing happens. that's what's happened over the last few weeks. military to military, they're trying to influence them, back off, don't go into the camps. they go in and they do it. the president has not taken away, made any indication he will take away the $1.3 billion in military aid, and i don't think you'll see the president try to take that away. they're trying to get a plan together before congress comes back. what do we do, but right now there is no plan or leverage except for military equipment. >> but you see more cause of senators mccain and graham, saying it's time to suspend aid. and if the military continues, the crackdown, won't the u.s. be forced into that position? >> that's the question. w
in egypt from martha's vineyard last week. and we won't be joining in military exercises with egypt. but what real power, peter, does president obama have to change what's happening on the ground in egypt? >> president obama does not have real direct power to change what's happening on the ground in egypt, but what he does have the power to do is decide how we're going to react, what the american response is going to be. and right now america gives about $1.5 billion a year in aid to cairo, $1.3 billion of that is military aid. and that's the kind of thing that obama could be seriously rethinking, and saying, you know, what are we getting for that money, is it in our interests, in the interests of the egyptian people. >> christine, the president's hands, are they tied? or are they not? are there options that are available to the president that we have not been talking about over the past few days? >> craig, egypt is a very important ally to the united states, which is why the president is hesitating in cutting off further economic aid. most of the military aid for this fiscal year h
was canceling joint exercises with the egyptian military. tonight on martha's vineyard, the president is wrapping up his vacation. our chief white house correspondent major garrett is there as well. major, the administration urged the military not to resort to violence. it's now continued for four days. why does the administration believe it was ignored? >> the administration believes the egyptian military decided to break the back of the muslim brotherhood once and for all, try to reduce or eliminate its will to protest and resist in the streets. this is a risky short-term strategy, jeff, because it could push egypt closer to a civil war if the muslim brotherhood doesn't back down or others in egypt not aligned with it also turn against the military. the administration believes the military has decided it will not pursue any kind of democratic reforms until it's dealt with the muslim brotherhood. we're in the stages now seeing if that strategy will succeed. one thing administration officials have concluded-- they were powerless to stop this turn of events. >> glor: major, some critic
. martha shade has the latest. smoke so thick, it creates a dark curtain across the sky. a wildfire is burning its way through parts of idaho's sawtooth national forest. sending massive walls of flames closer to homes and resorts in the sun valley area. by lightning on august 7th. >> "it's a very aggressive fire. all the fires in this area have just been chewing, and part of that is just conditions." this blaze is being dubbeda mandatory evacuation order is now underway for residents in areas of blaine county in southern idaho. working to contain the firein a state that boasts vast natural areas. firein a state that boasts vast natural areas. >> "t[ marco ] i'm a student at devry university. and this is my home team. this is my large lecture hall. this is my professor. and also my coach. this is my booster club. this is the guy who's graduating ready for a great career in technology. [ male announcer ] in 2012, 90% of devry university grads actively seeking employment had careers in their field in 6 months. find your career success in the bay area. learn how at devry.edu. living on
. i know of one proposal, i believe from supervisor martha will probably be on hold until the conclusion of this study, for example. >> i don't think that we could characterize changes that will be recommended by the planning department as one way or the other. stricter or less strict. >> i do think that there is an acknowledgment that probably the controls would be more effective. if they were slightly more refined, and so that perhaps, the criteria varied from use to use, or. five was considered. and i was just considering because i know that we have all been contacted from different merchant districts that are like the hair is on fire and they want to get it done right away. they may have a specific, you know, project, that they are looking at. and you know i just try to find some way to kind of respect, if they back off, that then they don't don't see, all of a sudden a bunch of things going in that maybe won't work. six months from now. >> what i agree is that we cannot change the voter approved requirement that a neighborhood commercial districts, formula retail requ
will return to the white house h tonight after vacationing on martha's vineyard for the past nine days. the president has kept a low low profile. he was back on the golf courseol today with thef pft the world bank, a fundraiser andaise presidential aid. he did interrupt his vacation to speak out publicly and condemn the violence in egypt. >> 79 people were killed in crashes between police and supporters of former president mohamed morsi saturday raising the death toll to nearly 900 inl the past four days in egypt. e with the violence showing no signses of slowing down, d lawmakers are voicing opinions o on what the united states's rol' should be. fox's brian yenis has the latest. >> reporter: united states givev egypt about $1.5 billion annually. that amount is second to the $3 billion given each year to israel. since the removal of president mohamed morsi and it violent uprising president obama stopto delivering f.-16 jets and canceled joint exercises withiss egypt but has not cut off aid. >> the president is caught is between a rock and a hard place. egypt is a very, very important c
budget battles with republicans. he already made several trips prior to his vacation here in martha's vineyard talking about housing, decreasing corporate tax rates, ways to invest in infrastructure projects. this trip next week will be part of that larger series trying to bet the upper hand and undoubtedly more contentious debates and budget battles coming up. >> that dolphins meeting, four decades in the making. i want to ask you at the rnc chairman he's talking fresh off of his organize's meeting. what is he saying today? >> reporter: he's defending his party basically against sort of these allegations that there's so much infighting and that the party is divided right now. he made the argument that at this summit they had a robust debate, that they emerged from this summit energized. here's a little bit of what he had to say earlier today. >> healthy family debate is not a bad thing at all and i really believe that. i don't think at a time when we just came off of a presidential election that having a party that is just dull and boring is something that is good for not just our
caution you that many people still find difficult to look at. martha teichner will report our cover story. >> reporter: there it is. there she is. reporter: even now it can be upsetting to look at. the model and the mastectomy scar. when this photograph appeared on the cover of the "new york times" magazine in 1993, it was a bombshell. >> what's going on? what's wrong with this picture. >> reporter: model and artist wanted to confront americans with the reality of breast cancer. this sunday morning, we fast forward 20 years. >> we're fast approaching the 50th anniversary of the day martin luther king jr. delivered his "i have a dream speech." the words remain with us to this day but what happened to dr. king's speech itself is the story james brown of cbs sports has to tell. >> one day in alabama, little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys... >> reporter: it's a speech that echos through history. >> because i have a dream today. reporter: on its 50th anniversary... >> so this is the actual speech. reporter: ... how this man wound up with the origin
, but that is why. i was in the airport in martha's vineyard and they searched old ladies and young children. is that what you want the police to do? >> i put out statistics that said even if that's true, the policy didn't work. everybody can say we can discuss the race when it's time to discuss the problem. those are the only resources we do. if i say use the statistics, let's send affirmative programs and people say we can't do it. >> hold it. i have to get to the opening statement and come back to you guys. you hear two critics of stop and frisk. why do you like stop and frisk? >> first of all, assertive policing is effective in dealing with crime and crimes of violence and the kind of thing that's going on in new york city and urban centers across america including here in milwaukee, wisconsin. policing is difficult enough. we ask our officers to do this with hand tied behind their back. this decision is not grounded in a sort of legal basis. now tying the other hand behind these men and women and not only new york city but across america. they go out and put their lives on the line in d
for security reasons. >>> president obama is wrapping up an eight-day vacation on martha's vineyard. his break included lots of golfing. among his partners, seinfeld producer, larry david. the president hits the roads later this week to highlight his proposals for helping the middle class. his campaign-style bus tour will take him to syracuse and binghamton, new york. he travels to scranton, pennsylvania, friday. now back to "fareed zakaria g " gps". >>> entrepreneurial is not the first word or one of the first ten words that come to my mind when i think of the arab world, but my next guest is here to tell me that i'm wrong and the media is missing a big story in that part of the world. chris schroeder is a washington-based entrepreneur and venture capitalist himself. he has a new book called "start uprising, the entrepreneurial revelation, remaking the middle east." as i say, when you tell people this, their first reaction must be you're talking about -- >> as you know from your travel there are mulltiple generations of entrepreneurship but people don't think of it as a technology hub which
friday on martha's vineyard. opening up to parade magazine about raising 15-year-old malia and 12-year-old sasha. what i tell my kids is i'm preparing you for college and life. figuring out thousand make the ambulance. asked about these comments. >> as a busy single mother, i shouldn't say single. as a busy mother. >> reporter: the first lady told parade, i give my husband credit. he knows who their friends are, he knows what their schedule is. but he's not making the calls to the dance studio to figure out what classes they're taking next year. she's made a point of promoting healthy eating. and exercise. often serving as first example. taking on jimmy fallon in a fitness battle and teaching workout moves to kids. the coveted cover model is not above a little vanity as she approaches 50. i have never felt more confident in myself. more clear on who i am as a woman. i want to be this really fly 80, 90-year-old. i asked her former campaign chief of staff how she'll be remembered. >> fun, passionate, a good mom, a great spouse. somebody that so many women across this country can relate t
. he spent the last week with his family on martha's vineyard but he won't be home for too long. cnn political editor, paul steinhauser explains why in this political week ahead. >> reporter: hey, fred. president barack obama hits the road thursday as he kicks off a two day bus tour and then motors through pennsylvania, the push making college more affordable. the swing is the latest in a series of events mr. obama is doing on the road this summer to highlight how he's trying to help out the middle class. >> i'm laying out my ideas to give the middle class a better shot. >> reporter: the president's health care law will be in the spotlight this week as a leading conservative group holds a series of de-fund obamacare town halls. senator jim mint, head of the heritage foundation will headline the town halls and senator cruz will join him at the second one in details. >> we have an opportunity between now and accept 30th to de-fund obamacare. >>> and in new hampshire, the state that kicks off the presidential primary process, sparking more speculation, he may run for the white house. >>
is enjoying the last few hours of vacation on martha's vineyard. hoechbs the links. yesterday he played a round of golf with comedian larry david. the president returns to washington tonight. >>> tomorrow, south african olympic printer oscar pistorius will be indicted. he's charged with murdering his girlfriend who would have turned 30 on monday. as cnn's robyn curnow reports, both sides are bracing for a long trial in a case that captured the attention of the world. >> hi, i'm reva. >> reporter: she was one of south africa's top models and on monday she would have turned 30. >> here it comes. >> reporter: august 19th, instead marked by a return of court for her boyfriend oscar pistorius. the second appearance since being granted bail in february. the olympic star is charged with the premeditated murder. he said it was a tragic mistake. he heard noises and thought she was an intruder. the state says it was intentional. and after a two-month delay, the prosecution says the investigation is finished and their indictment is ready. so now on monday we start to get an indication of which of
a week long vacation in martha's vineyard, a jammed agenda when he gets back to the white house. peter with the latest. good morning, peter. >> reporter: that's right. later this evening the president will return to the white house. on his last full day in martha's vineyard, that was yesterday, he played his fifth round of golf with larry david, creator of seinfeld and star of curb your enthusiasm. the first family spent time at the beach, riding bikes and dining out. there was some work, though, that needed to be done. from the end of the driveway in his vacation rental, the president addressed reporters this week about the deteriorating situation in egypt. he condemned the violence there and he canceled a planned joint military exercise with the egyptian military. but tomorrow it's back to work here in d.c. all day monday the only thing on the president's schedule so far are meetings at the white house. then on tuesday something a little different. the president is going to host the 1972 undefeated super bowl champion miami dolphins at the white house. it's going to be an event that
back to domestic policy. is president wrapping up his vacation at martha's vineyard. we have images of the president playing golf yesterday with larry david. aside from him being on vacation, he's coming back to a lofty, lofty administration. and he's got immigration reform, gun control, a deficit deal. what, if any, can he accomplish? >> he's got a big fall coming up. that is why he cut his vacation short. he only went eight days this year instead of the normal two weeks. and the big problem for the president is they're facing three showdowns with the congress over shutting down the government, over the debt limit over the sequester, which has already led to severe cuts in government funding. and the president has precious little leverage there. but he believes and the white house believes that the republican party is in an even weaker position. that if they shut down the government over their cause to defund obamacare, they will relegate themselves to a minority status for a generation. >> they have a lot on their plate domestically and internationally. all right, george, thank yo
is engaging. he came out during his vacation on martha's vineyard, spoke on thursday. this is part of what he said. >> we've sustained our commitment to egypt and its people, but while we want to sustain our relationship with egypt, our traditional cooperation cannot continue as usual when civilians are being killed in the streets and rights are being rolled back. >> so, ratchets up the pressure, senator ayotte, but is the president more or less on the sidelines or do you think he's been doing the right thing? >> well, i agreed with his suspension of the military exercise, obviously his condemnation of the violence, but i think he fell short when he really didn't come out and call out the real question on the suspension of aid, because that is the real influence that we have with egypt. so, i thought that he could have been stronger on that coming very clearly against the violence and saying we're going to suspend aid until you restore democracy. >> so, the question for me, senator reed, is what is it that the united states really wants to stand up for right now? i go back to the mubarak, at
an eight-day vacation on martha's vineyard. his break included lots of golfing. among his partner, seinfeld producer larry david. >>> the president hits the road later this week to highlight his proposals for helping the middle class. his campaign-style bus tour will take him to buffalo, syracuse and binghamton, new york. unemployment in all three cities is well above 7%. he will also travel to scranton, pennsylvania, friday. >>> the president isn't the only one taking a road trip. the heritage foundation's defund obama care town tour kicks off tomorrow in fayetteville, arkansas. the conservative think tank led by jim demint will hold nine town hall gatherings across the country over the next 11 days. i'll be covering senator ted cruz's appearance at tuesday's event in dallas. >>> showing it's never too early to lay the groundwork for a potential 2016 presidential run, vice president biden travels to maine this week to headline a fund-raiser for new hampshire governor maggie kusan. ted cruz will be in new hampshire wednesday to deliver the key address. new hampshire holds the president's fi
.elco welcome to both of you. let's start off by going back to the president at martha's vineyard and more reaction to wednesday's bloodshed. >> we don't take sides with any particular party or political figure. i know it is tempting inside egypt to blame the united states or the west or some other outside actor for whatwhat has gone wrong. we have been blamed by the supporters of morsi. we have been blamed by the other side as if we are supporters of morsi. >> senator bloomenthall, trying to walk a fine line and i a neutral line has alienated both sides. what is your opinion of how heal has handled this crisis? cr >> i agree with the president that the people of egypt have to decide their own future. bloodshed, the violence in the streets has to stop. the practical reality is that most of the military aid for this fiscal year, 2013 has be already been obligated andered delivered. in fact, all of it except four f-16's and some helicopters. looking forward i think that the approach has to be the condition our future aide on specific steps toward the rule of law and return to democracy, resp
thing to do. >> thank you very much. the panel, martha raddatz, bill kristol, a long time since you have been here. let me begin with the congressman. i take it you saw both the senator and the congressman laid out the dilemma. not quite willing to cut off u.s. aid. you are? >> yes, i would cut off aid, but engage in intense diplomacy in egypt and the region to restore aid when you stop the bloodshed in the street and set up a path towards democracy that you were on before. in my mind, there's no way to say it's not a coup. it is. we should say so. and then follow our own law which says we cannot fund the coup leaders. the african union said this, europeans said this, we can say this too. not just the short-term, but we should look at long-term integrity in the region. >> one country that's not said it is israel. they want to keep the aid flowing. >> they prefer the military rule to the muslim brotherhood ruling, and an awful lot of people prefer that. a lot of the arab governments prefer it. it's not clear we shouldn't. most of my friends in the foreign policy world are for cutting off
obama speaking thursday from martha's vineyard about the violence in egypt. the message seems clear. we can't expect democratic reform overpass in egypt. we have to ask when the military wipes out the results of what many may have been imperfect but democratic in nature election how are we to think the country is starting down the path. i want to bring back in mona on that very question. we saw mubarak, 40-year dictator step down in february 2011. we are now really only two years on. can we really have expected egypt to stand up a u.s. style democracy in such a short time? are these the growing pains of democracy or is egypt really fundamentally off the rails. >> you know, what i think is happening we're appreciated for the unpredictability we have. for too long egypt was considered predictable. for too long five u.s. administrations support add dictator at the expense of the people for the sake of stability. so it's that kind of predictability i'm gladys gone. again, i condemn all the blood letting but we have to get this out of our system. this is a mess but it's a necessary mess beca
in martha's vineyard. what's very interesting about this is the speeches are just the same old tired policies that we have tried before and have not worked. stimulus, essentially having government pay for bringing unemployment down. it didn't work with using billions of dollars. why should it work now? and i think the american people are recognizing that. >> and since he took office, 21 new or higher taxes. so i think the poll numbers are reflecting that as well. and of course economic growth is absolutely abysmal. it's below 2%. it should be 5% or 6%. >> absolutely. this is a very, very tepid recovery. we've had four years of recovery. it's been basically a jobless recovery. we should be seeing 6% economic growth, we're at 2%, even below right now. >> and, you know, look. take a look at this other gallup poll here. the economy and unemployment 44%, you know, say this is the most important issue. those two things. and then look at this fox news poll. 71%, as you point out, think that his recent economic speeches are just, you know, sort of the same old tired stuff that ain't working.
's happening in egypt. the president return from the martha's vineyard. the question we're asking what makes americans so angry and divided from dallas, texas. caller: well, i think the economy is the biggest issue here. people don't have jobs. if they do have jobs they are working two or three of them just to support their families. it started back with regan, his deregulation then clinton and nafta and the undermining of glass speegal which is done as a suggestion of robert, ruben and larry summers whom obama was to bring back into government again, as part of the fed, and i think the economy is a very difficult subject. and neither bush nor obama has had the knowledge or the decisiveness to deal with it. under bush it got worse and worse and then when paulson ame one his bailout crisis soverl, he bailed out big banks. the economy has been attacking the average american citizen for the past 20 years, we just didn't notice it until it became really horrific and then of course the wars that have cost us a fortune. that was done -- so many of these things come from theorists within the govern
advances. >> he is refusing to step down. >> president obama is enjoying his last few hours at martha's vineyard. >> he responsibility five hours. and he drove around in his own golf cart. >> partners included larry david, the star of "curb your enthusiasm. ". and glenn hutch ins. >> the first family ate inner at a harbor restaurant. they are going to fly back to washington tonight. >> president obama will welcome the 1972 miami dolphins to the white house. >> they are the only undefeat td team in history. the team went 14-0 in the regular season and went all postseason game it is including the super bowl. but they never made it to the white house because of then president nixon's then involvement in the scandal. >>> they mark the country to mark the 50th anniversary of mark mark junior's i have a dream speech. they are visiting the atlanta home where he grew up. >> his legacy remains strong. >> his daughter hopes younger generations will continue the movement for peace and tolerance. they are leading up to august 28th. the 50th anniversary of his march on washington. >>> a san diego
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